Camptocamp’s Geospatial team is looking forward to exchanging with other geospatial professionals at the FOSSGIS conference in Berlin, Germany from March 15-18, 2023. The FOSSGIS conference is the German-speaking OSGEO annual gathering where users and developers meet to share ideas about application, current work and the latest developments in open data and Open Source software.

Camptocamp is committed to Open Source communities as an active contributor to the development and maintenance of Open Source geospatial software. That’s why we’re proud to be platinum sponsors of this year’s FOSSGIS conference.

We’re also delighted to share our latest work with the community through presentations and lightning talks.

Camptocamp colleagues from our offices in Munich and Berlin offices are available to meet with conference attendees. We can’t wait to see you there!

Camptocamp talks at FOSSGIS 2023

 

High-performance rendering of vector data - news from the WebGL OpenLayers library

Supported by WebGL, vector data can now be rendered very performantly in OpenLayers. We provide insight into the current developments in this new OpenLayers library.

Read more (in German).

 

GeoServer Cloud - a project update and field reports from productive environments

Designed for cloud environments, GeoServer Cloud is now ready for deployment in production server environments. This talk will include an update on the status of this Open Source project and initial field reports from ongoing projects.

Read more (in German).

 

OGC-client, now with support for OGC APIs

OGC-client is an easy-to-use and lightweight library designed to interact with OGC services. Supports for new protocols are implemented continuously to keep up with new developments of the OGC API!

Read more (in German).

 

OSS in the Swiss PLR-cadastre: experiences and technical challenges

The OpenOereb community aims to develop and maintain collaborative OSS solutions for the operation of the Swiss PLR-cadastre. This presentation will explain how the community has evolved since 2017 and which challenges have been encountered in productive operation, e.g. regarding geometric inaccuracies with Shapely/PostGIS.

Read more (in German). 

Camptocamp Germany offers consulting, implementation, training and support/maintenance services on Geospatial Open Source technologies for the German market. Organisations like Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), Landesbetrieb Geoinformation und Vermessung (LGV) Hamburg, Deutsche Bahn, Deutsche Telekom and the City of Berlin among others trust us on topics such as QGIS, GeoServer, GeoNetwork, OpenLayers, Cesium, GeoMapFish.

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